Category: News

Title: ASP Faculty Cover the Hanoi Summit

Date Published: March 5, 2019

In the weeks ahead of the historical summit between U.S. President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in Hanoi, Vietnam, Asian Studies Program faculty were hard at work assessing, analyzing, and predicting the implications of the summit for the United States and U.S. allies in the region. Below is a selection of what our faculty has said before, during, and after the Hanoi Summit.

Op-eds and Publications:
U.S. Presidential Power’s Limits by Michael J. Green, Korea JoongAng Daily | February 18, 2019
Human Rights Are the Key to a North Korea Deal by Victor Cha, Bloomberg | February 20, 2019
At the Hanoi Summit, Trump Should Hold Himself to His Own Standards by Michael J. Green, Foreign Policy | February 22, 2019
What to Expect at the Second North Korea Summit by Victor Cha and Katrin Fraser Katz, Foreign Affairs | February 22, 2019
With North Korea, a good deal for Trump’s personal ambitions could be a terrible one for national security by Victor Cha, MSNBC | February 26, 2019
Trump, Kim, and the Hanoi summit- at best, a peace mirage by Sue Mi Terry, Los Angeles Times | February 26, 2019
Will Trump Take Us Back to ‘Fire and Fury’? by Victor Cha, New York Times | February 28, 2019

No Deal featuring Michael J. Green, The Impossible State | March 1, 2019
Korea Expert Sue Mi Terry on High-Stakes Second Trump-Kim Summit featuring Sue Mi Terry, Intelligence Matters | February 20, 2019

Congressional Testimony:

On February 26, 2019, Victor Cha testified before the House Committee on Foreign Affairs Subcommittee on Asia, The Pacific, and Nonproliferation on “Options for U.S. Diplomacy on North Korea.”

Cha: Trump-Kim ‘bromance’ is not getting North Korea to give up nuclear weapons
Dennis Wilder on realistic expectations for President Trump’s second summit with Kim Jong Un
What’s Happening in North Korea? featuring Victor Cha
North Korea’s Secret Missile Operating Bases featuring Victor Cha